Technology, China and the New Security Agenda
Interconnectivity has become indispensable for success. How do we prevent it from becoming our greatest security liability? The move to interconnected digital systems that use the power of data to generate knowledge, find efficiencies and even reduce emissions is inevitable. Yet hackers have also attacked power plants, airports, industrial sights and gasoline pipelines. Is the exponential growth of cyber risk inevitable? Could it threaten the promise of digital learning and connectivity? How do we build a new security agenda to grasp the promise of interconnectivity and safeguard our future?